Medicinal Herbs of the Rocky Mountains introduces the principles of herbal remedies and guides readers through finding, harvesting, cultivating and incorporating more 66 locally abundant medicinal plants into daily life. Complete with color photos and detailed descriptions of each medicinal herb, conservation status, and recipes to put their botanical healing power to work, this guide is a vital addition to the Rocky Mountain naturalists’ bookshelf.
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Blake Burger is a Denver-area yoga instructor and horticulturalist with a degree in Food Science and Nutrition. Blake specializes in growing, processing, and utilizing plants for healing and medicinal uses.
The Denver Botanic Gardens is a leading horticultural research, education, and conservation institution in the Rocky Mountain region, welcoming visitors to their central Denver gardens as well as a 700-acre native plant refuge and working farm in Jefferson County.